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Case File: Princess Sherit vs. Nefertem

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Case description: Plaintiff (Princess Sherit) accused Defendant (Nefertem) of false advertising when the perfume she ordered for her birthday party didn't smell like the gardenia flowers it was supposed to contain.

Case status: Case closed. The court demanded that Nefertem replace the faulty perfume or face a fine. When Princess Sherit brought the perfume back to Nefertem, he realized he'd given her the wrong bottle and had switched two orders around. Nefertem simply replaced the mistaken bottle with the gardenia scent the princess loved so much, and everybody went home happy. (Not sure what Seth thought of the gardenia essence he received by mistake. He didn't bring it back.)

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